Technology | Radiation Dose Management | February 08, 2018

Mirion Technologies Introduces Instadose Radiation Dosimeter

The Instadose + dosimeters use Bluetooth Low Energy Technology to transmit does data that can be seen on smart devices and PCs. 

Mirion Technologies Introduces Instadose Radiation Dosimeter

The Instadose + dosimeter, the latest by Mirion Technologies, transforms radiation monitoring programs to increase dosimetry compliance and lower dose for high-risk employees.

The  Instadose + dosimeter helps Radiation Safety Officers (RSO)  save time managing dosimetry programs by:   

  • Eliminating the badge collection process
  • Increasing compliance
  • Tracking and controlling dose for high-risk employees
  • Alerting with e-mails sent when a dose exceeds a user-specified level

Instadose + dosimeters use Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Technology to transmit dose data that can be seen on smart devices and PCs. The data is automatically transmitted to these devices and can also be retrieved on-demand manually, when needed. On-demand reports are also available and eliminate the need to ship badges to create and access reports.

For more information: www.mirion.com

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